If you know why you’re doing something, even the most annoying tasks become bearable. It will become a part of the bigger picture.
The Science Behind Procrastination And How You Can Beat It
Darius Foroux

Thank you Darius. I see procrastination as being like junk food – it gives us a quick hit. That quick hit distracts us from the ‘healthier’ and actually more rewarding alternative of finishing that relatively undesirable task. So yes, focusing on why you’re doing something and seeing how shallow the procrastination fix are key.

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